Proper plumbing inspections help keep your guests safe.
Faulty plumbing does more than put your property at risk. All you have to do is ask the families of Kevin and Amy Sharp, or their young children Sterling and Adriana. The foursome died while on vacation last month in Mexico. The cause? A gas leak in their condo’s water heater.
Authorities stated poor maintenance might have played a part in their death. This kind of accident can happen anywhere. It could happen in your properties if you ignore maintenance. Avoiding disaster like this is just one of three reasons to get a plumbing inspection before peak season kicks in.
Here are three reasons to get your rental’s plumbing checked before visitors start piling in:
Work with an expert in commercial services to make sure your air conditioner can cope with the summer heat.
If you’re worried about your business staying cool this summer, it’s time to call an expert in commercial services. Plenty of HVAC technicians keep homes at the right temperature throughout the year. However, business properties have special needs, and it takes specialized skills to manage them. Only a pro who is familiar with commercial HVAC operation will be able to tell if your business has the vents needed to stay cool as summer temps soar.
Maintenance agreements save money, but how much they save depends on the customer and the plan.
Maintenance agreements are good investments, but they’re not all the same. At Smoak’s Comfort Control, we have plans for homeowners and business owners who want to get the most out of their HVAC systems for as long as possible. What we offer differs from other companies, so make sure you pay attention to the details before you sign on.
How do you keep cool and keep your heating and air conditioning costs in check if you have a sunroom?
Most people only call a heating and air conditioning service when they have an emergency. This short-sighted habit costs you a chunk of change every year. By preparing for weather before it hits, you can stay comfortable for less.
If you have a sunroom, there’s no reason to wait for an emergency to get it ready for those sweet summer nights. Check out these three handy tips for keeping your sunroom cool without blowing your budget: